Weekend wrap — Jones' stock rising
At the Elite 24 game in New York, Jones will play alongside former Jefferson teammate Terrence Ross, who transferred to Montrose Christian a year ago and has committed to Maryland.
Maryland hopes to land the second Terrence as well. So does Florida, Georgetown, Indiana, Kansas, North Carolina and a host of others.
Tobias Harris said his visit to Kentucky went well and that the Wildcats are firmly on his list. He will officially visit Tennessee on September 12, and he also named Connecticut, Syracuse, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Louisville and Notre Dame as schools he is considering.
Logging his second consecutive start at the small forward position, Smith's numbers took a small dip in the second game. The four star forward attempted just five shots (making two) in 19 minutes of action to finish with four points, one rebounds, one block, and one steal.
After having a tremendous month of July, Tony Mitchell named Arizona State, Georgetown and Kansas State as the three schools recruiting him the hardest. He plans to officially visit all three. More visits might be in order as he plans to wait until the spring to sign.
The Our Lady of Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) product told Sporting News that he's not completely finished with Stanford, but he's now let Maryland, Virginia Tech, Boston College, Virginia and UConn creep into the picture.